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I joined a golf club last June and have really got into it it’s become a borderline obsession at this stage. My poor girlfriend is now a golf widow and by the looks of it could be one for years to come. I hit a nice high fade with my driver and draw every other club in my bag. I tend to catch the ball clean off the turf never really taking a divot. My irons when they’re off can turn into a really bad draw or hook. Recently I’ve been trying to keep my knees flexed on the backswing and through the strike to keep myself more over the ball but it’s only helped slightly. I've been Playing Golf for: 1 year My current handicap index or average score is: My current handicap is 11 but for my last 12 rounds I’m averaging 78 My typical ball flight is: Fade with driver and draw with every other club The shot I hate or the "miss" I'm trying to reduce/eliminate is: Overdrawing to the point where it’s a pull hook
Does anyone have any experience with the Pitchfix Twister 2.0? I realized the other day that I fix a lot of pitch marks: mine, my play partners', players in groups ahead of me, etc. (This one group must have been pretty good because there were a lot of fresh pitch marks on the green, I'm guessing they all accidentally left their repair tools in their cars ) Anyway, I was thinking maybe I should upgrade my repair tool to something better. I currently use one of those souvenir ones with the fatter tines that I remember reading somewhere aren't the best for the turf. This one seems good and easy to use, but what do you do if you pop a divot out of the green with your pitch mark? You can't pull up on bare soil to repair a green.